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hi guys
looking to buy a half decent printer for myself
one that will give good results
any suggestions
also what type of paper ?
 
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I have a Canon IP8750 which gives pretty good results and did not cost too much. I use Permajet paper - profiles available from Permajet.
 
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I bought a canon A3 pixma ix 6850 for £150 ish and it produces excellent results - I’d recommend that if that’s about your budget
 
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im looking for the best iq from a reasonable price
what printers have individual colour tanks so its cheaper just to change 1 colour
rather than change the cartridge which still has ink left in it
 

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I bought the 7250 to replace a pixma 9000 that i've had for some years but nô longer print largeur than A4
Thé résults from each printer are difficult to tell apart.
For thé price it's a bargain imo
 
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I also bought the 7250 after my previous inkjet(Canon) died after seven years. I only paid £40.00 delivered and I am very pleased with the performance. Excellent quality for the money.
 
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Have used inks from here for many years, probably about 15 or so https://www.prink.co.uk/

Three Canon Pixma's and an Epson that saw my daughter through three years of uni printing reams of paper.
Never had a problem and all chipped so the gauges work ok.
Hard to tell if colours have faded, if they have its not to a noticeable degree.

I use genuine ink on my much more costly Canon Pro 10, but for everyday printing on the 7250 I have never bothered
 
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